Python 3 Strings and Lists, as well as Dictionaries

Ben Finkel, SPOTO trainer, covers the knowledge network administrator’s needs to create, access, and navigate Python’s three storage methods: lists, tuples, and dictionaries.
This new Programming and Developer training is available.
This Python3: Lists, Tuples and Dictionaries training is a small part of understanding the entire Python programming language. It will teach you about the various ways Python stores variables.
You might be a little puzzled at first as to why a programming language stores variables differently. But the answer lies in the way you use them. Sometimes you need an array that doesn’t change over the time. Other times your list of data changes over time. In other cases, you might need an index to sort through large amounts of data. This training will help you understand lists, tuples, and dictionaries.
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Start trainingThe series consists of two parts. It covers topics such as how to navigate the confusing terminology around variables in Python, how to choose the right Python variable solution for the task, and how to store data in lists, tables, and dictionaries.
You can watch a video from the series here:

This series includes the following skills:
Understanding Python Strings
Lists and Dictionary in Python

This training covers the following topics:
Understanding Python Strings
Ordering Values in Lists
Escape Characters for Strings
Working with Dictionaries

Lists and Dictionary in Python
This training includes:
1 hour of training
10 videos

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